Get Standard with Design

September 2005
IT Professional;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p53
Academic Journal
The article features the book "Web Standards Design Guide," by Kevin Ruse, which provides an overview of standardization and a guide for creating standards-compliant Web sites. It is a resource for understanding and implementing Web standards information. The author uses Web page examples to help explain why he believes working within standards is important. The author also offers predictions on where the Web is headed as well as tips on how designers can prepare for it. The book costs $41.95.


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